School Information Portal
Year 9 Options
Please click below to view the options of courses at Key Stage 4.
Displaying symptoms at school
If a student presents with a runny nose and this is their only symptom, they can continue to attend school as normal. A runny nose with no other symptom does not require parents to call the clinical helpline to arrange a PCR test and we will not send a child home who only has a runny nose.
However, if a child has a runny nose combined with any other symptom linked to COVID-19, for example a headache, a cough or a fever, you should keep them at home and call the clinical helpline on 01481 220001 or 01481 220002 to arrange a PCR test. If your child receives a negative result they can return to school provided they are well enough. Please be aware that, if your child subsequently develops any additional COVID-19 symptoms after returning to school, Public Health has advised that they must be sent home and you will be advised to contact the clinical helpline again.
More information about symptoms is available here: COVID-19 Symptoms | States of Guernsey - COVID-19 (gov.gg)
Formal registration and tutorial time begins at 8.30 am and it is imperative that students arrive beforehand, leaving enough time to start promptly.
Students will meet with their tutor for 20 minutes at the beginning of each school day. Tutor groups typically contain approximately 16 students and this quality time will enable students to work alongside each other following a tutorial programme.
Applying for a School place
School admissions for places in Years 7-11, including 'out-of-catchment' placements, are managed by the States of Guernsey, Education Office. In the first instance, we would recommend that you contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01481 224000. Further information is also supplied on their website www.gov.gg/schooladmissions where information concerning the moving process can also be found.
Admission to our Sixth Form (Years 12 & 13) is managed by the Sixth Form Centre. Please email us at email@example.com or telephone 01481 226571. Further details are available on our page for Prospective Students and Parents.
Being a Rights Respecting School
The Guernsey Grammar School and Sixth Form Centre is a school where children’s rights are at the heart of our ethos and culture, to improve well being and to develop every child’s talents and abilities to their full potential. As part of this plan we are working towards recognition as a ‘Rights Respecting School’, an award given to schools on behalf of Unicef UK.
A Rights Respecting School models rights and respect in all its relationships, and our students are learning about their rights by putting them into practice every day.
If you experience bullying in any form, please complete the form for your Year group in complete confidence.
The link below will take you to the UK Safer Internet Centre, where you can find e-safety tips, advice and resources to help children and young people stay safe on the internet.
To report online abuse, please click the 'Report an Issue' button. Alternatively, please click here to link to the website for reporting abuse.
To report abuse via text messaging, you can anonymously report issues via SMS by texting GUE + message to 078600 21584
Would you like to stay in touch with former friends, tutees, year group members?
If so, please complete the form below to register your interest.